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International Journal of Automotive Technology 2002;3(3): 123-128.
HYBRID ROLL CONTROL USING ELECTRIC ARC SYSTEM CONSIDERING LIMITED BANDWIDTH OF ACTUATING MODULE
H.-J. KIM1, C.-R. LEE2
1Samchok National University
2Woosuk University
ABSTRACT
This paper presents the design of an active roll control system for a ground vehicle and an experimental study using an devised electric-actuating roll control system. Based on a three degree of freedom linear vehicle model, the controller is designed using lateral acceleration and rollrate feedback. In order to investigate the feasibility of an active control system, experimental work is carried out using a hardware-in-the-loop (Hil) setup which has been constructed by the devised electric-actuating system and the full vehicle model including tire characteristics. The performance is evaluated by an experiment using the Hil setup with limited bandwidth. Finally, in order to enhance the control performance in the transient region, a hybrid control strategy is proposed and evaluated.
Key Words: Active roll control, Hybrid control, Hil Setup, Variable damper
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